Reginald Massey reports Hyderabad, once the capital city of the fabulously rich Nizams, was famous for its palaces, architecture, cuisine and culture. It has now
The Poetry and the literary establishment in the UK remain in denial of British Indian poets. Anyone can look at poetry magazines and also take
Reginald Massey’s review The inhabitants of India were always reluctant to ‘cross the black waters’ but the vast British empire welcomed, indeed enticed, Indians to work
She stitched the tricolour from saris and hoisted it from the prison walls Ahilya Rangnekar came from a progressive family influenced by the values of
Confluence August 2017 issue I am truly delighted to share our latest and the fifteenth-year publication of Confluence magazine with all our readers and writers.
By Migel Jayasinghe Aldous Huxley’s futuristic parable Brave New World was published to some acclaim in 1932. Huxley as a novelist, essayist and a social
A Quick Fix Hang my picture on your wall. That’s all you have to do. I’ll do the rest. I know what’s best for you.
Dr Renee Ranchan presenting her book, To Each With Love, to the Hon’ble President of India Mr Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, on
Confluence May 2017 issue
Coming down on the escalator, I saw the whirlpools of the human heads mingling and dis-joining. They looked threatening. I had a sinking feeling I